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New Ford engine and chassis changes

TFL Truck guys got a hold of a new class A motorhome body with the 7.3. Shows the changes to chassis, apparently improved handling and of course, Andre had to race it against a V-10. Thought some of those waiting for info on the new A's may find it interesting. Class A race
wanderingaimlessly 07/15/20 04:51pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Wilderness camping and gun safety

Nat park Junkie If you want a carry license, a great place to start looking is USCCA Their site is selling a membership, but the training button contains a lot of links to schools and licensed instructors. And if you are not looking to concealed carry, but would like something for in the camper, consider a shotgun. a 20 gauge has mild recoil. but is still a very imposing to two legged varmints, and capable with the right loads on the 4 legged types. And every state allows them as standard hunting firearms. With a permit, you can even take them into Canada by getting a small game hunting license.
wanderingaimlessly 07/15/20 02:26pm Truck Campers
RE: Lippert Frame Issues

Plus, the way these frames and axle assemblies are loaded onto a flatbed trailer on top of each other, there is no telling how many get "bumped" out of alignment if they were not torqued sufficiently.
wanderingaimlessly 07/15/20 01:02pm Travel Trailers
RE: Wilderness camping and gun safety

The fact that so many in this community carries, makes all safer, because the miscreants never know who doesn't.
wanderingaimlessly 07/15/20 04:51am Truck Campers
RE: where 2 get water for RV before you reach your destination?

A couple of options we have used. Sani dumps Because most places that offer a dump station also have POTABLE water available in the area. and these come in handy for places that a faucet does not have the threaded fitting for attaching your hose. Water Bandit
wanderingaimlessly 07/14/20 02:15pm General RVing Issues
RE: Bunkhouse Feedback

They are all, I believe, entry lines from each of the brands. They all employ similar construction methods, one thing you may want to look at since you are apparently looking at new units is the warranty (which may or may not have a lot of value in itself) and their reputations for service and support, I think in general KZ and Jayco seem to have slightly better reputations for standing behind their products and do happen to offer slightly better warranties.
wanderingaimlessly 07/14/20 10:11am Travel Trailers
RE: 4 Kids - Quad Bunk with Ford Expedition?

This may be of interest Bullet
wanderingaimlessly 07/13/20 05:48pm Travel Trailers
RE: Coaches with Chevrolet engines

Some Jayco's and I believe Gulfstream still offers some BT Cruisers with Chevy chassis.
wanderingaimlessly 07/13/20 02:20pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Potable Water and Dump around Badlands?

Results look pretty thin,,,,, sani dumps
wanderingaimlessly 07/13/20 10:28am Roads and Routes
RE: Outer banks

Best route once you get down to Newport News/Hampton Va is this. 664/168/158 Skip the first three lines on the directions, you will be on 64 merging onto 664. No tolls and you avoid Norfolk and Va bch traffic.
wanderingaimlessly 07/12/20 07:01pm Roads and Routes
RE: Recommendations for a a route from PA to CO avoiding IL

If you want to check federal law on the subject of firearms transportation 18 USC While I wouldn't disagree on avoiding foreign nations and their draconian laws. You can travel with it, but locked in a separate container from the ammunition for the duration of your transit.
wanderingaimlessly 07/12/20 05:45pm Roads and Routes
RE: Getting ready to Hit the Road----finally retired

The internet can help https://www.campgroundreviews.com/ www.rvparky.com and some others will give some reviews for different parks, but these reviews can also be like the reviews for anything from movies to restaurants, namely angry or disappointed folks are more often motivated to leave a review than satisfied people, and some reviews are possibly from the owners. You can also use Google earth to look at a sat view of a park and get an idea of how stacked on each other some parks are. Also a lot of material is now on you tube. Find a park in a given location and check, someone may have done a video on it, and the same can be said for destinations, if you want to visit a recreational area, there are likely a dozen or more rv'ers who have been there and done videos which include where they camped and other information on parks in the area. Happy huntin
wanderingaimlessly 07/12/20 12:49pm Travel Trailers
RE: moving up to 50 amp from 30

Yes, so long as you are only charging batteries and maybe one AC unit depending on the cord and the outlet (20 amp) that you are plugging into. If your fridge is using AC power from an inverter, it MAY/PROBABLY/USUALLY has an automatic function that switches from inverter usage to run directly from the AC shore power, it that is the case, you likely will not be able to run the air conditioners with the reefer running also from the 20 amp circuit.
wanderingaimlessly 07/12/20 06:53am Travel Trailers
RE: Diesel Towing MPG With Ultralight Trailer

Cost will all go down if you just cross a state line. Otherwise, slow down, speed hurts mileage, and if you are retiring, you shouldn't be in a hurry, so slow down and enjoy the trip. Your Eco Boost with a 10 speed is one of the more miserly choices short of getting a half ton with a diesel.
wanderingaimlessly 07/11/20 06:21pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Powering an Oxygen Concentrator

On the other qx, Inverter? you would want at least one rated for 400 watts continuous, 600 watts would be better. And it should be a pure sine wave inverter. Not recommending any of these, just examples, inverters On the controller, you may find it easiest to get a kit from a company such as Renogy which would have the controller included. If you are going to have a total of 400 watts get at least a 40 amp controller to allow an extra panel or two in the future if needed, without having to change the controller. Examples, solar kits
wanderingaimlessly 07/11/20 05:40pm RVing with Disabilities and General Health Issues
RE: Powering an Oxygen Concentrator

A second pair of 6 volt would be preferable in almost all cases to adding 12 volt batteries, especially if they are not true deep cycle. Do you have access to a Kill-O-watt type meter? It would be helpful to know how much the unit actually draws, not what the power supply is rated for. After getting the meter, track REAL power usage for a day, and then make your decisions on what to buy. But additional batteries and more solar (maybe 300 watts more) certainly wont hurt, The Solar then could slow charge all day with you only needing to run the genny occasionally when you need a boost. Edit add,,,,, Saw CA Traveler post after I posted, and I am mirroring his. The one thing that could reduce your power need somewhat is your comment about (Mostly use at night) Your genny charges fast to bring batteries up to 75 or 80% but getting the last 20% is slow, and thats where the solar really shines. Chances are you can run the genny in the mornings for an hour to make coffee and recharge, and then let the solar finish during the remainder of the day. The meter will help you figure this out.
wanderingaimlessly 07/11/20 04:41pm RVing with Disabilities and General Health Issues
RE: Campground on river VA/WV/KY

New River is popular with Kayakers for decent white water paddling.
wanderingaimlessly 07/11/20 01:16pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Campground on river VA/WV/KY

Virginia state parks are supposedly all open. Va State parks In particular, you may find new river interesting. As are some COE parks
wanderingaimlessly 07/11/20 01:11pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Why the delay in shipping?

Most likely they don't have the units in stock. Many retailers save overhead by advertising merchandise they don't have, and then waiting until they reach a certain number to achieve a volume threshold, and then they order product to, in turn fill their orders.
wanderingaimlessly 07/11/20 12:10pm Camping World Accessories
RE: Fridge 120 volt

It seems to be somewhat common based on a quick web search. Try this page from a forest river group. forest river Several comments and suggestions. Good luck.
wanderingaimlessly 07/09/20 04:30pm Tech Issues
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